Oh, I came to the site with hopes of getting answers, and relieving a lot of stress in my home. So we have two cats in our home, one's a male who is neutered, and one is a female who is not spayed. We have had the issue of random urinations on personal items left on the table in the kitchen, and a few other locations in the house. It seems to have been items placed in plastic bags like shopping bags left on the kitchen table. We have since installed a security camera setup that is motion activated to try and catch whoever is doing it. Somehow, the camera either stops working, the room is too dark, or the cat pees elsewhere... That is until today! I set a trap out of a plastic bag with a t-shirt inside on the table with optimal light settings in a camera trained right on the bag. We left the house and within 15 minutes got a notification of motion detected. We watched as our female cat got onto the table, walked across the table like she was on a mission, smelled the bag and proceeded to pee on it. She then jumped off the table as if she just went up there to pee on it and leave. She uses the litter boxes as any cat does, it just seems like she pees on our things for no reason other than to be a jerk. How do we go about finding the reasoning of this, and most importantly stopping her from doing it?