If you'd like to catch up on the story of Nosey, it has been covered extensively by this writer, in a pair of articles in May, 2015. The first article, linked here, will give you an introduction to her story. The second, linked here, provides additional contacts, groups involved in her cause, information on last month's Tweetstorm and the upcoming scheduled protest in Washington.
A number of concerned citizens have contacted the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission regarding Nosey. No matter what the date of their correspondence, everyone receives an almost identical form letter, which closes with this sad statement:
"Nosey was deemed to be in good physical condition, and no husbandry changes, treatment, or further diagnostics were recommended as a result of these evaluations. Based on these findings, no action regarding Mr. Liebel's license is warranted at this time."
If you have any doubt that elephants should not be utilized at county fairs, carnivals, circuses, zoos or other recreational activities, please read the statement below from PAWS, the Performing Animal Welfare Society. Established in 1984, with three huge locations in California, their sanctuaries are places where, "abandoned, abused or retired performing animals can live in peace and dignity."