Bummer & Lazarus were NOT Emperor Norton’s dogs.
Mike Cohen

This is actually up to some historical debate. By all accounts they followed him around — which was why in an earlier sentence I wrote,

People reserved box seats at the opera for him (and the dogs that followed him around)

But even though he said they weren’t his, evidently there is some evidence that they lived with him.

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