Those shots of the raccoon taking a bath are especially nice.
Yes, good characterization even at this rough stage. We're getting the characters' reactions and emotions, which are essential to the story. A few of the frames are less clear, but I think all of these concepts have potential. The third one might be the most challenging because you're dealing with a 2-way dialog, which can become repetitive. But it's in important problem to learn how to solve. Which one do you want to dive into first?
I guess my main concern is I don't quite know how the two men talking relate to the first 2/3 of the page. Are they in the same house? It's too rough to be able to understand that yet. In general, I think you may need to put a few more boards in between the ones you have to clarify things just a little. But I will say that middle row is nice. It works on its own to describe the action well.