.25 caliber springer?
I would not.
To have a good selection of pellets, and a reasonably flat trajectory. You need at least 40ft-lbs of muzzle energy.
There have only been a handful of springers ever built capable of around 30ft-lbs.
The vast majority of springers used for hunting purposes deliver between 15ft-lbs and 25
For these guns, the pellet selection would be limited and the trajectory poor.
A poor trajectory increases the difficulty of good shot placement.
My general rule of thumb for springers is, under 20ft-lbs of muzzle energy, go with the .177
over 20ft-lbs go with a .22
For small game and pest birds a 15ft-lb rifle is just fine.
For raccoon, IMO, it's best to use(minimum) a 25ft-lb rifle, and keep the range short.
If you really want a .25 caliber
I suggest the Benjamin Marauder.
The Marauder allows you to dial the power up(to around 65ft-lbs) and down for
when you don't require so much power.