New campaign allows you to help homeless pets world-wide

'Teddy Food' allows you to help pets from shelters all over the world

New campaign allows you to help homeless pets world-wide

An employee holds up saved puppies at the animal shelter in Nuremberg, Germany | Image: DPA/PA Images

A new Kickstarter campaign is getting people in touch with homeless pets around the world.

 'Teddy Food' allows you to choose pets from shelters all over the world and help them in different ways.

 You can also check the result of this help in real time through its website.

 It allows the users to watch live video streams of pets 24/7, you can feed them (from US$1) and people can also collect points and titles.

Titles show how much help you have provided, and you can spend TF points on the animals.

 The company has been working for one year in a testing phase in Russia, and is launching internationally.

 It says in that year, it has helped 255 homeless cats and dogs.

Some of the animals on the website | Image: teddyfood.com

 "This number can be 100 times higher if we connect more shelters across the world and tell more people about this new and easy way to help animals", CEO Pavel Kotosov says.

 "If we manage to raise the necessary amount, we will be able to connect shelters in the USA, Spain, Poland, Austria, Germany, and Japan.

 "Additionally we will create a mobile app and involve over 50,000 users. This way it will be possible to help more than 10,000 animals," he adds.