Rabbit was courting Wolf's daughter.
Waiting on the porch, Rabbit heard Wolf say, "Keep Rabbit here this evening. I'm going to steal Rabbit's prize pig."
Rabbit ran home lickity-split and hid, watching.
Then he saw Wolf take his pig and put it in a sack.
When Wolf went to fetch a cart, Rabbit hopped in the sack with the pig.
Wolf returned, threw the sack into the cart, and drove off.
From inside the sack, Rabbit moaned, "Oooooooooooo-eeee-ooo!"
"Who's there?" said Wolf.
"The devil's in that sack," shouted Wolf, and he took off running.
Rabbit took his pig home.
Inspired by: Tales of the Rabbit from Georgia Negroes by Emma Backus (in JAF, online at Hathi).
Notes: This story is When Brer Rabbit Save the Pig." In Backus's verison, Wolf and Bear are collaborating. To shorten the story, I focused on Wolf, and had him tell the plan to his daughter.