Tats for Tails Tattoo Fundraiser


One Tattoo Studio, 7 Days, 125 Tattoos

Get your 7x7cm tattoo to make a big difference for animals in need. Throw a lifeline when you get your lines for life.

Do something bl-inking amazing!
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Choose a 7cm x 7cm tattoo of your own or a set design for only R800 each. But hurry spots are filling up quickly!
WhatsApp Primal Culture directly to book your tattoo on 0217071299. A 50% deposit secures your spot.
Thank you to Lionel's Choice for Sponsoring Tats4Tails

“At Lionel’s Choice, we understand the incredible impact that proper nutrition has on the well-being of our furry friends. Partnering with the SPCA for the Tats4Tails event allows us to extend our commitment to animal welfare beyond the bowl.”  – Dirk van der Merwe, Brand and Marketing manager 

Don’t Just Get Inked – Get Inked With Purpose!

The Cape of Good Hope Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is excited to announce the return of Tats4Tails, our 5th annual tattoo-a-thon hosted by acclaimed tattoo artist Clinton Naidoo of Primal Culture Tattoo Studio. Clinton lends his artistic prowess to animal lovers, ink enthusiasts and the SPCA every year to make a lasting mark that goes more than just skin deep. 

This ink-credible fundraising event, taking place from January 22nd to 28th, 2024, aims to raise R100 000.00 for the animals awaiting forever homes at the SPCA.

It’s a tattoo-a-thon with heart” says Naidoo “I’m from the Grassy Park community and I see the work being done by the Cape of Good Hope SPCA. I love animals, and this is my way of giving back and helping an organisation that helps so many people and animals every day”.

Date: 22 – 28 January 2024

Primal Culture Tattoo Studio

Unit 3, Clarewood,

1 Annandale Rd, Diep River

Make an Impact

Let us work together to make a difference for our furry friends at our Animal Care Centre.

Our goal is to raise R100K through our Tats4Tails Tattoo fundraiser, which will cover 20% of the costs for providing the animals with a clean and loving environment, and ensuring that they are free of parasites.

With your help, we can improve the lives of these animals and show them the care and compassion they deserve.

Not interested in a tattoo? You can donate today. Remember, every donation, no matter how small, has the power to make a huge impact. So let’s join hands and make a positive change in the world!

Imagine having a permanent reminder of something that holds a special place in your heart – that’s the beauty of tattoos. And now, with Tats4Tails, you can take that concept to a whole new level.

By combining your love of animals with your love of body art, Tats4Tails offers the opportunity to create truly meaningful tattoos to not only showcase your personal style, but also represent something bigger than yourself. Each line, each detail, tells a unique story.

So why wait? Embark on your own personal journey of self-expression and make a difference in the world by supporting the Cape of Good Hope SPCA. Let your tattoos be a reflection of your passions and make a lasting impact.

Your ink can truly make a difference.

Join These Celebs Getting Inked for Animals

Wow, what an incredible group of talented individuals we have on board!

Over the past 4 years, the initiative has been supported by several influential local personalities dedicated to driving positive change for animals. From KFM Presenter Brandon Leigh and the musical duo PJ Twins to singer/songwriter Craig Lucas and Idols winner Berry Trytsman the list of personalities who have been inked for the cause by Clinton Naidoo is impressive. Additional noteworthy figures such as Suid Ooster actors Cedwyn Joel and Jill Levenberg, TV/radio presenter Zoe Brown, former pro-footballer and model Ryan Botha, comedian Simon Orgill, lifestyle and entertainment journalist Venecia Valentine, and TV presenter/producer Tanya Nefdt all proudly bear the mark of Clinton Naidoo’s artistry in support of the SPCA’s cause. 

This year, the list of supporters grows even more illustrious, with the addition of Grant Hinds, renowned video games and tech contributor on South African TV shows Top Billing, Expresso, Tech Report, and Hectic Nine 9. Joining him is his wife, Tech & Gaming Content Creator Jessica Hinds, as they opted for a couple’s tattoo with double the meaning in tribute to their love for each other and their love for animals.

Returning for another round, KFM’s Brandon Leigh and journalist Venecia Valentine reaffirm their commitment to the cause by getting inked again.

Joining them is Jenny Morris, SA’s most loved celebrity chef, cookbook author, and Food Network TV host.

“Each tattoo commitment is an animal-too commitment” says the Spokesperson for the Cape of Good Hope SPCA Belinda Abraham

Why not join these amazing personalities in making a lifetime commitment to proudly bearing tattoos in support of animal welfare?
If temporary tattoos are more your style, or if you’re rather partial to your blank canvas you can still help animals by contributing to the “Ink Jenny” challenge.

In a flavourful move to enhance fundraising efforts, SA’s most loved & trusted Celebrity Chef, Cookbook Author, Food Network TV host, MC & Voiceover artist Jenny Morris, committed to becoming a canvas for the cause as soon as the event reached the halfway (R50k) fundraising mark – all in the name of finding forever homes for furry friends.

Jenny has adopted a dog from the SPCA so she has personally experienced the joy of adopting and seeing the animals at the SPCA’s Animal Care Centre.  Once we have R100K not only will you have the opportunity to watch Jenny Morris get her first tattoo!

The Giggling Gourmet’s Tattoo Challenge

Want to see Jenny get tattooed?

Book your Tattoo

WhatsApp Primal Culture directly to book your tattoo on 0217071299. A 50% deposit secures your spot.

Make a Donation

EFT payments and/or donations

For direct deposits into the SPCA’s bank account, please use the reference “T4T your name & surname” and email POP to Natasha p2plead@spca-ct.co.za


BANK: Standard Bank

BRANCH: Constantia 025309 / 051001 (Internet banking)




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