Back away and do not touch them. Raccoons/skunks can carry rabies along with other transmittable diseases and parasites.
Most babies are not abandoned because they are alone. Wild animals leave their babies for long periods of time in order to search for food.The best option is to leave babies of wildlife alone.
For public safety it is illegal in the state of Utah to interact with or take in wildlife, especially raccoons and skunks without specific licensing. Utah does not even license Wildlife Rehabbers for raccoon or skunk rehabilitation.
If you have a an issue with a raccon or skunk on your property OR in a trap please contact Wildlife Resources or a local Pest Control Agency that specializes in Urban Wildlife Removal.
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has provided a list of Wildlife rehabilitation and nuisance control agencies. Click Here to Learn More