If it is a male, NEUTER HIM. If it is a female, have her SPAYED. This will most likely stop the behaviour. It is usually a male cat that sprays but the female cat can also cause havoc in the home with inappropriate behaviour such as this. If you have waited until the cat is older to have him neutered or spayed he may continue to spray just because of habit. It can be a sign of dominance if you have a multi-cat household. I suggest you try to keep him calm by spraying Feliway in the areas where the cat typically sprays. Feliway has a website to give you all the info on this product. I suggest you also play with the cat more with toys that will tire him out such as the cat-dancer or a fishing pole with a toy on the end. Give him lots of attention and if all that doesn't help you may have to limit him to a small area of the house for a few days in hopes that he forgets about this nasty habit.
There are many things you can try if the above do not work. Contact my blog if you are dealing with this problem with your cat and I will try to help you.
A little about white cats
This white cat would be deaf in the right ear because of her blue eye. Deaf cats have some issues to live with and I will post about them soon. But here is something you may not have known. The Albino cats are always pure white and always have 2 pink eyes.
Albino cat is very light sensitive and does not do well outside in the sunlight. They also will sunburn very easily on the ears. They are NOT deaf. Just a personal note - I have never seen an Albino cat and I hope I do run into one through my cat-sitting service. They are quite beautiful. I believe they are very rare.
Well, I'm off to cat-sit some black & white beauties and house-sit for another couple. That'll be strange.....no cats. Hmmmmm...wonder if I can change that in the future?
Little energizer bunny Ginny is buzzing along and seems to be none the worse from her diagnosis. She's a trooper.
Have a great day.