Why does my cat urinate when I censure him?
I had one cat, Zeus, and when he did something bad, like knock over the garbage and eating from it I scolded him by spanking him on the reverse end. Sometimes when he knew he did something bad he would growl because he know he was going to be in trouble, but he always stopped doing what I scold him for, but now have another cat, Dag, (to keep the first one company) and when he does something and I tell off him he just urinates, a lot. Why is this, is there anything I can do, I touch bad?
There are two possibilities for your cat urinating. It's possible that they're afraid of you, and they pee out of fear. Again, spanking cats is not going to strengthen your relationship near them. It's also possible that he's mad at you and is rebelling in that path. That's what my cat does when they're angry about something.
Try to discipline them through water, and see how that affects the cat's peeing problem. If it doesn't, and you're not hitting him, go to the vet.
When kitty is getting into something, use a spray bottle next to water (just a mist, not a squirt) or something that makes a loud noise, similar to canned air (don't spray it directly at the cat). You want kitty to associate his action beside the negative sensation (water mist or loud noise).
Then distract his attention with toys and play. Get one of those dangly feather thingies on a stick and play next to the cats. Show the kitties what they should be doing, which is playing and having fun.
I recommend that you read some books by Pam Johnson-Bennett. Start out with Starting From Scratch and Think Like A Cat (links below).
You should feel bad. It's a cat. It isn't going to follow that you're punishing it by spanking it. It just thinks you're hitting it for no reason.
Stop scolding him.
spanking and hitting doesn't work on cats.