Gates said two albinos were found in the attic; their mother was found taking a "break" from the heat of the attic on the rooftop.
Albino raccoons are uncommon - about one in 500,000, according to Gates' research. Three in one litter - that's extremely rare.
"I think you take that (statistic) and it's exponential as to the odds of that happening," said Gates.
His company has only encountered two cases of albino raccoons in its 27-year history, and each time it was only one in the litter.
The litter was put in a box on the roof, where the mother raccoon can retrieve them. Link -via Arbroath