Animal fur is solely used for fashion, while factory-raised animal meat provides food, especially for people who cannot afford locally raised meat around the world. While fashion can be seen as a useless mode of animal cruelty that only serves to look good as a coat, while an estimated 75% of agricultural land on the earth is used for meat production,
which suggests the sheer number of people relying upon meat to feed them every day. Fur farms can be viewed as a simple accessory, while meat factories can be seen as a worldwide necessity. There is a sizable distinction between the two.