We had the same problem with our cat, except it was on the dining room carpet. We did take her to the vet and she checked out okay. We tried sprays and everything. What I noticed that worked was feeding her where she was spraying. The first few times she was not thrilled, but she ate. After she is done eating, we leave the food dish at the spot. Cats are very clean, so most of them will not urinate where they know that they will have to eat. The carpet is still ruined and needs to be replaced, but at least we don't have any fresh spots. Hope that helps!
Has anything changed lately.. did you use to stay home and now work, or some sort of lifestyle change like that? Cats do this sometimes when they get upset. I know it sounds silly, but when we went on vacation one year and my father in law come over to take care of the animals, when we came home our cat hd peed all over our one sofa. After we came home he stopped.
My brother in law decited to finish his basement. after he got the caret down there cat decited to pee there. They put her food there, her litter box there, Tryed to keep her from down there nothing worked. Finaly he pulled up the carpet (there was no saving it) and she stoped.
I'm gonna trade this life for fortune and fame I'd even cut my hair and change my name
I had a similar problem, and this really worked for me, take a sheet of tin foil and put it wherever they are using the bathroom,when they jump up on the tin foil the noise scares them and they hate the texture of the tin foil.Also cats hate orange peels, if you take some old pantyhose and put orange peels that have been grated to release the smell, they will not go where you place the "sachets" of oranges, it really does work.