You can plainly see Sadie's bandage in this image. The story: It began in late 2012, and since then the poor thing has been through the ringer. First, surgery to remove a sarcoma that developed on her right front leg. Daily chemo tablets and monthly vet check ups followed. A year later almost exactly, surgery to remove another sarcoma that had developed on the same leg. After that she went through a series of "definitive radiation" treatments (18 of them over the course of three weeks) on that leg that we hope will have destroyed any remaining cancer cells. However, the radiation softened up the very thin skin at the elbow, and it being a pressure point, a hole developed. So that led to the vet having to apply a bandage every week for a couple of months until the skin around hole had grown back enough that they could close it. Once closed, she had a cast on that leg to keep it stiff. She had the cast on for about a month. Now back to bandages again. So, this past Wednesday the vet showed my wife and I how to apply the bandage. Henceforward we'll be changing the bandage each week ourselves, with hopefully only a monthly vet visit. Unfortunately the prognosis is that Sadie's leg will likely have to remain bandaged the rest of her life. But we still have her and as you might get from this picture she is an alert and active beasty. Happy too I think. Olympus XA and Arista UDU 400 film.