Click here for a SLIDESHOW of all the colored Steinhowel images. The opening scene of the story is in the foreground, when the fox tricks the rooster; then, in the background, you can see what happens next: the farmer chases the fox, and the fox foolishly lets the rooster go.
M0049 (not in Perry - but it is very similar to Perry562). Source: Munich Romulus 28 (shortened). This fable is not in Perry’s catalog. Compare the famous fable of the fox and the crow, where the fox’s flattery does succeed: #437.