When marriages fail, two people who were once in love can find themselves skirmishing over seemingly insignificant and petty things. But one possession can stir the same sort of feelings one has for his or her children: pets. According to HuffPost, only two states, Alaska and Illinois, don’t see pets as property that could potentially be sold in a divorce. Fighting over who gets the dog, cat or other pet can be as intense and divisive as any other divorce-related disagreement. And if the two sides can’t agree, a judge may decide who gets the pets and when the other ex can visit them. Read more about how these sometimes petty problems get solved at HuffPost.