Can Fleas Live in Your Bed?

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Fleas cannot live in your bed. They live on carpets and will move on to beds and clothing. However, they will soon return to the carpet. They live the carpets only to feed on the host animal.
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They may not live past a few days but because of the reproduction cycle the will lay and hatch eggs before the litter dies. It will seem like the same fleas are always there.
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