This problem has nothing to do with your static routes (though I agree that having the static route specify the next hop is better than having it specify the interface when the inteface is FastEthernet). And the problem is not in the configuration of your router.
The problem you are experiencing is that there are devices connected on FastEthernet0/1 which are configured with invalid IP addresses of 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.0.101. Those addresses are not in the local subnet of the interface and therefore the IOS considers them as invalid and rejects them. This problem is not likely to have much impact on your router. If you want to fix the problem you need to find the devices with the invalid configuration and correct the IP addresses to be in the subnet of the interface. Is it possible that there are devices in your network configured with 2 IP addresses (one that is in the subnet and one that is outside the subnet)?
 I believe that the part of the message that says wrong cable reflects the assumption that the error may have been caused when the connection from that device was connected on the wrong interface of the router and that perhaps that connection should be on the cable connected to a different interface.
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