That is my Mickii also… blow in her face and then watch out... she became so good at the timing of smacking you in the face that she could pop the contact out of my friend Parry's eye.... gggg... She is to this day very good at this... and she calculates every swing...
Sahara uses her feet like hands, she is very efficient with them, she can stretch to the max to get something and use her feet to bring it to her teeth. We have been calling them hands since she was a small pup, she also uses them to paw at you for you to scratch her or give her attention. She is soooooooo spoiled, and we love her dearly.
Alani doesn't use her paws to catch but definately for many other things. When we play fetch and you stop playing before she's done she grab your arm with her paws and when we first get home she jumps up and pulls down on your pants with her paws (I'm not sure if she's trying to get up or pull us down?).
If they feel like it, mine will fetch a few times, maybe 10 at most, until they get tired of it then they will leave the ball altogether or take it someone else so we do not keep tossing it.
They definitely use their front paws like hands and if we roll a ball past them will try to catch it before it gets away. They will also sometimes play ball by themselves just by batting it around.
Max used his paws to pull the handle on my nightstand to open the drawer. He would hop up on the bed, reach over, pull the drawer open, and then look inside to see what he could take…..he also pulled open the cabinets and fridge door in the kitchen--I think that's pretty common with Bs. I still have all the childproof locks in the kitchen, but Tyler and Zoey haven't attempted to open anything yet. I'm sure it's just a matter of time.....