Identifying a Tiny Bug Found in My Sock Drawer?

My phone camera is pretty bad so this is the best I could manage. It's not even half an inch long, and it had a super tiny baby next to it. I barely would have noticed it if I wasn't looking so close and the color didn't stand out against the wood. It moved like a centipede/millipede. This is a dresser, there's no food nearby anywhere, but now I'm worried they're in all of my socks. Help.
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October 6, 20180 found this helpful

It looks like larvae of some bug that likes fabric

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October 7, 20180 found this helpful

Hmm..do you have a cat or dog? It look like a wholly bear pupea that a pup or kit "played" with.

owlcation.com/.../caterpillar-identification-2

There is an pix of a whole one if you scroll down in this link.

If you are concerned, take it to a hardware store and see if they can give you more info!

My Carmel, may she rest in peace, used to bring stuff like this in all the time b she thought they, and moths and butterfly were toys and I would find pieces of them all over.

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