Bunny carrier 🐰

Clover- the newest member of our WILD Family has been just about everywhere with us 🐰 – from baseball games to park tours!

I wanted to show how Clover is so easily transported and kept safe while we are out and about!

A vintage Picinic Basket bought for just a few dollars at a thrift store has been upcycled into a pet-carrier.

We originally used an open-style picnic basket, but that didn’t work as well!

Inside this basket is the perfect little bunny room!


LITTER BOX- filled with newspaper, wood shavings, and Timothy hay.

FOOD BOX – a repurposed toy chest form a doll house… With a lid so it doesn’t spill.


Vintage Thermos for a water dish. The thermos holds the water and the lid is the water bowl.


Clover loves her little carrier!

  • The lid closes over the basket which keeps her safe when she’s not being held and gives her peace!
  • The basket weave ensures air flow
  • Easy to carry
  • Easy to clean! It can be shaken upside down, vacuumed, and wiped out with soap and water.


Clover even has a name tag… Which is absolutely adorable!! A leash easily attaches to it.

You cannot “walk” a bunny, but a leash can help keep the bunny secure if it is startled. Never pull a bunny with the leash!!


Simone also wanted to build the rabbit an outside play area. Her and Eddie worked on a temporary place while they were outside playing on the swings.

They used wooden fence pieces to form walls under the slide.



Clover enjoyed her play space!

… and it was nice to see Simone and Eddie work together πŸ’œ


  1. Clover is very cute.

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  2. My daughter loved this! She always is looking for ways to carry her critters around! We’ve carter around bunnies, turtles and ducklings!

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    • Yay 😊 I’m looking for another basket so my son can bring his bearded dragon to the park now that the weather is warm! Thanks for showing the post to your daughter! 🐰🐒🐣


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