CheeseyCat was in the front garden this morning when I left to walk dd to school.
She followed us halfway I told her off and said to stop following us but she still did.
DD and I found our moment and ran down an alley to shake her off our tail.
Dropped Dd (who was a little worried that cheesey would be lost). walked home the same way and there was the cat, pretty much where we managed to shake her off, waiting to see if I would come back. she then followed me home.
this isn't the first time something similar has happened with her following and then waiting for you.
Mine will follow DS and I to preschool so now I shut her in the sitting room and make a run for it. She also follows me round the house, to the loo, and will sit at the end of the bath washing whilst I shower. A cat in the sink is pretty inconvenient for cleaning your teeth though.
Although, of course, being a cat she has days where she just buggers off for hours or sits on the roof to terrorise the local birds.