@SDxBuLLiSHDoG Yes!!! My moms female does the same thing when she is very excited. I took her to the vet the other day and when we were walking out of the room she was so excited to see the receptionists she tinkled on the floor. I think some grow out of it. Gracie doesn't do it as often as she use to. Now it is just every once in awhile. Cooper I noticed he maybe did it once or twice but he will also tinkle if he thinks he is n trouble. For instance he potty on the floor and I went over to him telling him it was naughty and went to pick him up to put him outside and he started shooting at me My brussells griffen was the same way also when he got into trouble he would squirt I do think some grow out of it but I also did research on it and had seen something on Animal Planet that it is something they can't control and it may be something you are just going to have to deal with. They also one way to try to stop it is, don't give her attention when you get home right away. Kinda go on with what you are doing...putting keys away....going into kitchen to get a drink and then after she settles down give her acknowledgement. I think I saw that On the Nanny pet show
So hopefully with her being so little she will grow out of it! Good Luck!!!