Seattle is still getting ready for sunrise with a new animal hospital

The sun was setting over Seattle’s waterfront when the morning of January 2 brought a rare sunrise in the Pacific Northwest.

“There were many, many people who had never seen sunrise before,” said the mayor of Seattle, Mike McGinn, as he announced the sunrise at Seattle Animal Hospital.

The city has a new emergency animal hospital with 1,000 beds.

Seattle’s animal hospital is in its fifth year.

In 2015, the city opened the animal hospital in a former shipping yard.

It’s an addition to the existing Animal Health Center, which has 1,200 beds and two other animal hospitals.

The city is also developing a new program to bring new emergency animals into the community.

The city is asking the public to come up with ideas on how to bring animals from other cities into Seattle.

In addition, McGinn announced the opening of the Animal Health and Medical Center, an animal hospital for the homeless.

The new hospital will have a capacity of up to 6,000 animals and will have 24-hour access to medical care and emergency services.

The shelter will be in a two-story building on the waterfront.

It will have three beds per animal.

It will be the first animal hospital to be built in the U.S.

The hospital’s staff includes veterinarians, dentists, social workers, behavioral health specialists, nurses, and emergency medical technicians.

The goal is to provide high-quality care to animals that may not otherwise be able to access it, McGann said.

McGinn said the new animal shelter will also have a large community of residents who can help care for the animals.

“We will not only provide humane care, but also we will also bring a level of community that is not available in many places,” he said.

The mayor said that the city is expecting more than 100 animals from around the world to come to the new shelter, and that the staff there has the skills to care for animals in the city.

Mcginn said that he expects to open the new emergency shelter in the first quarter of 2020.