As recently as May 6, Captain Kara Hooker, Division of Law Enforcement from the FWC, returned an inquiry made to them regarding concern for Nosey's health. They said "the FWC has received numerous complaints.. that we look into Mr. Liebel's captive wildlife permit. (After) several unannounced inspections, which occurred on April 14, 2014, January 11, 2015 and February 6, 2015, they concluded no violations were noted during the inspections." Further, they state that Dr. Mark Wilson, DVM, evaluated Nosey on January 28, 2015. This was to follow up on the evaluation by UF in November, 2014.
"In both instances, these evaluations revealed no clinical evidence of lameness or abnormalities that would interfere with normal function. Nosey was deemed to be in good physical condition, and no husbandry changes, treatment or further diagnostics were recommended. Based on these findings, no action regarding Mr. Liebel's license is warranted at this time."
Based on the November, 2014, UF medical report, there were no non-steroidal anti-inflammatory narcotic substances found in Nosey's blood serum. Although the report goes on to say that she "exhibited mild gait asymmetries characterized by occasional shorter stride of her right hind limb when turning more tightly to the right, a tendency to place her right hind limb more laterally away from her body, and when getting up from sternal recumbency, she pushed off more with her left hind and was more weight bearing on her left hind."