Sir Russell starts to flatter Chanticleer. Chanticleer loves all the compliments the fox is giving him. Chanticleer was blind by the fox's flattery that he closes his eyes and starts to sing.
Your voice is as any angel in heaven!
As soon as Chanticleer closes his eyes , Sir Russell grabs Chanticleer by the throat and starts running with him toward the woods.
Chanticleer's wives noticed that the fox is taking Chanticleer and they start to cry. The widow and her daughters hear the cries and run outside to find that Sir Russell had taken Chanticleer.
The widow and her daughters were screaming out for help while running toward Sir Russell. Many people and animals from the village started running with them, throwing sticks at the fox.
While Chanticleer was still being held by Sir Russell he convinced Sir Russell to brag about taking him away. As soon as Sir Russell opened his mouth Chanticleer broke away and flew up to a tree. Sir Russell tried to get Chanticleer back down to the ground.
I'm sorry, please come back down.
Chanticleer said NO! and learned that he could never be careless and negligent again and trust a flatterer. THE END!