This is a small leafed Hoya from India, and except for the flower, looks nothing like the rest of the plants in the genus. Your Hoya Retusa prefers bright, indirect light.
Plant and grow it in well-draining soil in a container with a drainage hole. Only water it once the surface is dry to to the touch.
A general houseplant fertilizer every four weeks during the spring and summer. No fertilizer is necessary during the winter when plant growth naturally slows.
Hoya plants are listed with the ASPCA as being safe to grow around cats and dogs with no known toxins.