me again..the cat lady! I had an old (20 years) cat that also peed on anything absorbent in her waning years. As you know..you can't discipline or really teach a cat..which I guess is why so many people don't care for them. I remember just having to pretty much keep her in a couple rooms where there wasn't anything interesting to pee on. Is your cats sight ok? The reason I ask is the loss of her eyesight is what coincided with her starting this peeing thing. I wish I had the magic answer..but I have found cats behavioral problems are often tied to something physical..especially when it begins so late in life. One of my daughters was notorious for leaving her clean clothes on the floor..(because..you know dressers are SO inconvenient)..well as long as I have a memory I will never forget this! She took a "clean"pair of white pants off the floor and wore them to school..high school..I got a call towards the end of her day and she was beside herself because ALL day she had been smelling a horrible smell..guess what?? Yup..Kizzy cat had peed on those nice white pants and my daughter had just discovered this! Lol..she actually thought I would bring her some clean pants.... Let's just say..from then on there were no clothes on her floor! I know this doesn't help you at all..but just wanted you to know I feel your pain!