Are planning to get a cat, specifically a Maine coon cat in Germany very soon? Here are some things you should sort out before you welcome a Maine Coon kitty into your household. Over half of the Germans share their life with a pet. Germany’s number one pet remains – the cat. Sorry doggo fans! Currently, there are a total of 14.8 million moggies live in 23% of households in Germany. So no one will raise any brows if you decided to get a Maine Coon cat in Germany. Even though Maine Coons are originally an American cat breed they are quite popular in Germany as well. Some Maine Coon catteries…
No matter if dachshund or German shepherd: Every dog can cause its owner grief if it unintentionally injures third parties or damages their property. Without a dog liability insurance, the owner is liable for such damages with all his assets. The conclusion of the insurance is not always voluntary.
Believe it or not, many expats living in Germany often end up buying properties in Germany. Are you planning to live in Germany for a long time or just want to make a solid investment? Then here are some insider tips for buying a house in Germany as a foreigner.
Missing your beloved asian and Korean skincare products since you moved to Germany? Read where you can Buy Korean Beauty Products in Germany.
Here is a tongue in the cheek guide to dating a German (and keeping your sanity intact during the relationship). Brace yourself for a silly generalised post about typical quirks of German SOs and dating rules in Germany.
Most expats don’t realise how much life as an expat in Germany alters them until they return home and struggle with reverse culture shock. Here is a silly but relatable list of 45 signs that you have been living in Germany for too long.