Saturday, November 24, 2012

Are Mice Living In My Bed?

There is a question you don't hear everyday. Can mice live in your bed? Well let's think about this for a minute. Mice love fluffy, soft nesting material, they love warmth, they also love food and water. A bed can be all those things to a mouse if you are the kind of person who like to nibble in bed at night and watch television.

Mice are opportunistic and very curious. A box spring or eve a mattress can provide a perfect home for a family of mice. I think before they would move in though they would have to have explored the rest of your home. Chances are, if you have mice living in your bed then you have a bigger problem than just the mice living in your bed. I would think that the infestation of mice has gotten so bad that mice had to leave the areas in the kitchen do to over crowding. They had to look for another frontier. This new world would be the upstairs and your bed is their cabin.

So if you suspect mice in your bed then I would recommend first calling a qualified pest control company to come in and do a complete inspection and make some good recommendation for control.

23 comments:

Walter Stevens said...

I'm considering getting pest control from Houston so that they can take care of a couple of mice I found in the basement.

catysmith4 said...

This is helpful to know. I've been looking for a exterminator in Tucson. we've been having a bee problem in our pillars...we need them gone!

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Bit scared to know that Pest are living on our bed.

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mice is a big problem..it gets inside and some of my things are damage because they touch my things..i always buy fly trap just to prevent also..

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Lance Tankman said...

This is really scary, i didnt even know they could do this, i will have to get some extermination in Toronto.

Keara Littner said...

My parents are having a problem with mice on their property. They have found a bunch of them over the last year show up in the yard and in the shed, but I don't think that they've had any get in the house yet. Is there something that they can do to keep them out of the house and yard, or would it just be better for them to contact a pest control company?
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Bill Li said...

I didn't think that mice could live in a bed while someone's still using it. I'm looking for preventative ways to keep mice from taking over my house. This is good information to know. I suppose I should just not leave food everywhere, especially in the bed.

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Claire Reynolds said...

My neighbor thinks that she has a mice problem. I don't know if they are in her bed but I have seen plenty of mice running around. I think she needs to get pest control before it spreads to my house!

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William Walker said...

The main place that we have had rats are in the basement with the fiberglass. Most of the just dig into it. It has been very interesting to open some ripped ones up and find some mice in it. I hope the pest control can take care of them. http://www.combatpest.com/

Seth Ashford said...

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Zach Thalman said...

I think it would be really scary to find out you are sleeping with rodents. My friend said that his house has mice in it. I don't know if I could just say that casually. I think I would be the first one to call the pest control companies to come take care of it. Once you get one mouse you are bound to get more because they aren't solitary animals.

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Jeff Davi said...

by the time mice get in your bed. There has to be other problems like clutter and up keeping your room or house

Megan Jones said...

I had never known that mice could live in bed. We are having a bit of a mice problem right now. It is not something that was have had to deal with before. They are tough little things and not as easy to get rid of as we had hoped.
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I had never known that mice could live in bed. We are having a bit of a mice problem right now. It is not something that was have had to deal with before. They are tough little things and not as easy to get rid of as we had hoped.
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Susan Hirst said...

The idea of a mouse living in my mattress gives me the creeps. Just thinking about it makes me cringe. If I see any signs of mice in my house, I will definitely call a rodent control service.

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Sergio Freddson said...

I had never thought that mice would live in a bed! I think it makes sense because, like you said, they do love soft and fluffy nesting material. If there are mice living in a bed, is it time to throw it out? I don't see a way to salvage a bed after an infestation like that. Thanks for sharing your tips with us! http://www.eaglepesteliminators.com/pest-library/8-pests/12-rodents.html

Lacey Rockwell said...

This is terrifying! I had never thought about mice living in my bed. The only time I ever eat in bed, is when I am sick, and that's not very often. So I am not worried about my bed, but what about my kids beds? I catch them eating in bed all the time, so what if they have little critters living with them!

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