Alright... so there is no political action group known as
SERAA... well, actually, there are probably quite a few -
but not of them have anything to do with animated armadillos
because, let's face it, animated armadillos are... animated
- not real.
So what is this?
It really did all start with THE ROAD TO EL DORADO and the
fact that the armadillo wasn't listed in the credits - but
the stupid horse was. The armadillo was my favorite
part about the movie and I said that wasn't fair that he
wasn't in the credits since he really did more than the
horse did. Somehow or other my father and brothers and
I banged it around until someone made a comment about it not
mattering and my saying that as an under appreciated actress
I felt sorry for the poor armadillo. After all
"Armadillos have rights too."
dad asked if I was going to start a protest or something and
I said "Yes, I'll start an organization for the equal
representation of animated armadillos! I'll call it
SERAA" - and away it went.
was my father who suggested creating a website. He
thought it would be funny. So... here it is, for
better or for worse.
copyrighted to Andrea from May 2005 - present.
is a spoof site. There is no actual organization (that I know
of) called SERAA. There is no organization that represents
what this site claims to represent. All information not found
under "Reality Check" or "Legal" is to be considered fictitious
unless otherwise stated. The armadillo this site was born from
is copyrighted to Dream Works and a whole slew of other American
companies and people involved with the making of the film The
Road to El Dorado. Both animal rights and human rights are
serious issues and this site is in no way intended to make light of