Hi, noodles88, and welcome to the forum.
I'm sorry your kitty is having these issues. The OP has not been back for several years. However, others here may be able to give you some helpful feedback on this issue.
I am not familiar with this particular issue myself. Did the dermatologist rule out bacterial, parasitic and fungus infections and do a skin biopsy to get a definite diagnosis of Pemphigus Foliaceus? Does he show any other signs of this disease? Apparently it can also show up on areas such as the ears, nose, chin, around the eyes, etc.
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