Golden pothos (Scindapsus aures)
Fuss free plant and they do well in a wide variety of light conditions and are therefore an excellent option for even low-light space but avoid direct sunlight.
Watering: They do best when their soil is allowed to dry out between waterings. As with any plant, watch leaves for signs of the plant's well-being: if the leaves are glossy, green, and perky, the plant is happy; if they're wilting or turning brown, you're not watering enough. Yellow leaves are a sign of over-watering and root-rot. Don't let soil sit constantly wet.
Soil : They don't actually have to be planted in soil; they do very well just placed in a container with water and easily propogated in water. If you do decide to plant them in soil, any potting mix is fine. Be aware that a plant that's gotten used to being in just water may not do too well if transferred to soil.
Note: Rarely fatal though ingesting its enticing vines can cause irration and vomitting to furry friends and children