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POST-GAZETTE, MARCH 25,2011 Page 11 Due to his increasing popularity and several suggestions from readers (and after much negotiating on our part with his huge salary demands), our friend Freeway has consented to try to answer readers' questions concerning him or any of our little four-legged friends. You can email your questions to postgazette@aol.com to the attention of Freeway. Don't forget folks, Freeway is not a vet, so please keep the questions light-hearted! Thanks. Freeway talks safety of his feline friends after receiving this e-mail from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Martin Mersereau, Director Emer- gency Response Team Cruelty Investigations De- partment explains his con- cerns about cats and of course dogs too. In light of the cat that was nearly killed after being caught in a car engine in Springfield, which could happen any- where. He urges readers to protect animals by keeping their cats and dogs indoors and always banging on their vehicles hoods before start- ing the ignition to frighten out any aniinals who may be seeking warmth. Being killed by car engines is just one of the many dangers animals face outdoors. Ev- ery day cats and dogs are sto- len for experimentation, used for target practice or bait for dog fighting, and worse after being left out- side alone for "just a few minutes." Attacks by other animals, extreme weather, traffic, and diseases claim the lives of untold cats and dogs each week. Random acts of cruelty are also com- mon. Most of 300-plus new cruelty cases PETA receives weekly involve animals who are victimized while outside unattended. PLEASE protect cats by keeping them in- doors and allowing them out- doors only on a leash and harness or in an enclosed area; under constant super- vision. For tips on keeping cats content in the "great indoors" visit www.PETA.org. We hear of so many sto- ries, we listen to them on TV we read about in the paper concern for our animals is a must. Also please keep in mind Pit Bulls must be muzzled while being out- doors it is a LAW. Not all pit bulls may be dangerous it is a law and we need to in force it to protect our children, eld- erly and our neighborhood. That's all for now ... Re- member to pick up after your pet. QUOTE: Cruelty: All cruelty springs from weakness. All THAT ZAZZ by Mary N. DiZazzo Have a Spring Fling 2011 Ciao Bella, Spring is in the air! We all need a lift[ The days are longer and we need to be seen at our best. So here are some great ideas to slough away winter's skin: a mas- ter stylist for a new cut and look, subscribe to some fun mags for those lounging days by the pool and don't forget a spring "mani" and "pedi" is in order. Let's start off with a new look for those long forgotten winter locks -- no more hi- bernating scenarios! March right on down to ACOTE SALON at 132 Newbury Street for a fabulous experi- ence. Alex Safar, the owner, has had extensive training in taming locks. The salon staff is welcoming and very accommodating. They have a roof deck to lounge while you sip your cappuccino as the staff prepares for your visit. The French music piped through the salon will take you away! You will leave looking and feeling like a million! While living in Bos- ton I searched for a salon for many years and ACOTE is it! For more info see www. salonacote.com. Get sexy this spring with SEXY PEEL SOAP from LUSH. A devilishly bold soap fragranced with grapefruit, lemon and lime to wake up all your senses and produce clarity of thought. Ready to show off some clean and re- freshed skin. Also from LUSH .is EACH PEACH MASSAGE BAR -- a fruity fragranced massage bar with a zesty blend of sweet orange oil, lime oil, mandarin and grapefruit. Gives a new, positive outlook on life dis- pelling feelings of gloom and depression. Nourishing for your skin with mango and avocado butters to keep skin hydrated and glowing. LUSH carries an array of massage bars with wonderful scented blends. As you smooth the bar over your skin (or be- tween your hands) it will melt into a silky massage oil to be used with a partner or to go solo as an after-shower moisturizer! All so delish and worth checking into! Aiso Airline friendly! www. lushusa, com. And oh those days of loung- ing around the pool -- they are just around the corner! Here are some of my fay mag reads to nourish the mind and feed the soul! I love ELLE!. There is just about everything for the everyday gal. New colors, latest fash- ion trends, recipes from fab restaurants, the NAIL Industry's latest spa advice, models in vintage shots taken in an era past and just some of the most heart- warming short stories -- with so much more. FIRST magazine is full of eating well, the latest "diet/ lifestyle" with all the photos of women to prove it, recipes for smoothies, acupuncture tips and just everything in- teresting and educational. To keep up with the latest on movies, stars and TV is the economically priced weekly ENTERTAINMENT[ Look into it if it's your thingI Then there is that spring manicure and "pedi" that every gal is in need of! To discuss your nail care needs call me at 617-742- 6881 and start your spring off right. Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at www.all thatzazz.com. Mary is a third-generation cosmetologist and a Massachusetts distribu- tor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be con- tacted at (978) 470-8183 or mary@mary4nails.com. i 1 tI 1 GARDEN Tickets available at the TD Garden Box Office, by calling 1-800-745-300 or online at ticketmaster.com TransitiQns" FUNCTION FA CILITY Please accept sincere condolences, from the Spinelli's family and staff. During this difficult time, we would like to offer our facility at a specially reduced price, for you, your family and friends. SERVED UPON ARRIVAL Coffee, Mini Danish Pastries and Tea Breads BUFFET LUNCHEON MENU Tossed Salad, Assorted Rollswith Butter Chicken, Zifi and Broccoli Alfredo Eggplant Parmigiana Italian Sausages, Onions and Potatoes Above price does not include a 15% Administration Fee and a 7% Mass State Tax. 280 BENNINGTON STREET, EAST BOSTON, MA Telephone: 617-567-4499 www.spinellis.com J WWW. BOSTO N PO STG AZ ETTE.COM